Cooking Indian Food at Home: Have No Fear
Taught by Elizabeth & Taylor
When they're not expelling water from cheesecloth, you might find Taylor and Elizabeth testing new recipes, crafting specialty coffee, or producing handmade goods. In other words, they fit the Brooklyn Brainery profile. They have a misbehaving cat named Sammy who is more likely than not destroying their couch right now.
This cooking class will take you through some of the basics on how to cook great-tasting Indian food at home, including the flavors and medicinal intent behind a lot of Indian food, choosing and preparing spices and making your own Indian cheese.
We'll make palak paneer from scratch, chana masala (a wonderful Western Indian chickpea-based street food), and a curry powder that you can experiment with at home.
Plus, what Indian food meal would be complete without mango lassis! Everything prepared will be vegetarian, but meat-eaters are expected to find these treats fulfilling in their own right, and easily convertible for carnivores.